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What is Geographical Barriers

Enriching Collaboration and Communication in Online Learning Communities
It is primarily the natural occurring development or body of water that separates and detaches as area from others. General geographical barriers are oceans, rivers, lakes, mountains, canyons and islands.
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Maintaining Relationships Through Social Media and the Way Forward
Richard H. Afedzie (Pentecost University College, Ghana), Stanford Nartey (Pentecost University College, Ghana), and James Aller (Georgia Southwestern State University, USA)
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-5225-9814-5.ch009
This paper examines the influence of social media in our global political, social, and business landscape. It underscores the argument that the value of social media in our 21st century social and business lifestyles cannot be overlooked. It explores some of the ways in which social media has shaped and positively maintained friendship, dating, and family relationships. It also highlights some of the growing challenges and emerging moral risks associated with unregulated social media prevalence in the society and offers ways to minimize threats posed by unfettered social media use in the society.
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